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White House under fire for liberal policies, says AMAC
‘Dissatisfaction with the president’s performance goes far beyond healthcare and the economy’
“Of course, liberal surrogates came out in droves to deny the facts. For example, Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius said emphatically that ‘there is absolutely no evidence, and every economist [except those at the CBO] will tell you this, that there is any job-loss related to the Affordable Care Act.’ In other words, if you like your job you can keep it,” Weber added.
The AMAC chief asserts that the dissatisfaction with the president’s performance goes far beyond healthcare and the economy. “He gets poor grades across the board from friends and enemies alike. You don’t get more liberal than Oliver Stone who recently called Mr. Obama a ‘weak man’ who lacks a ‘spine.’ Those were pretty harsh words from a member of the liberal elite,” Weber pointed out.
The view from abroad is enlightening, as well. Famed freedom fighter Lech Walesa this week told a reporter that he’s become “disillusioned”
Weber said that Mr. Obama is our president and, “like it or not, it’s sad to see him suffer so much disrespect because of his wrong-headed approach to governance. It’s sadder still to see our country’s image being tarnished in the eyes of the world because of the liberal elite’s flirtation with socialist, nanny state politics. But, if you are fed-up to here by the left turn Washington has taken over the past five years, there’s still hope if voters in November send a clear message to the White House: straighten up and fly right.”
NOTE TO EDITORS: Dan Weber is available for telephone interviews on this issue. Editors and reporters may contact John Grimaldi by phone at 917-846-8485 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org to set up a call.
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